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1   Alex Keath
2   Blake Hardwick
3   Cale Hooker
4   Dane Rampe
5   Ed Vickers-Willis
6   Harry Taylor
7   James Aish
8   Jasper Pittard
9   Ryan Abbott
10   Lachlan Weller
11   Lewis Young
12   Marcus Adams
13   Phil Davis
14   Tom Clurey
15   Zaine Cordy
16   Bailey Dale
17   Brent Daniels
18   Hugh Dixon
19   Jack Martin
20   Jamie Cripps
21   Jy Simpkin
22   Mason Wood
23   Myles Poholke
24   Jack Gunston
25   Daniel Howe
26   Dustin Martin
27   Hugh McCluggage
28   Luke Parker
29   Nick Shipley
30   Oscar Brownless
31   Patrick Dangerfield
32   Seb Ross
33   Tom Sparrow
34   Xavier O'Neill   
35   Paddy Dow
36   Kieran Briggs
37   Rowan Marshall
38   Sam Hayes
39   Sam Naismith
40   Dylan Stephens
41   Thomson Dow
42   Hugo Ralphsmith
43   Ned Cahill
44  Lachie Hosie
45   Tom Campbell
46   Jake Aarts
47   Mitch Brown
48  Lachie Henderson

DEF: Dane Rampe, Jasper Pittard, Cale Hooker ,Marcus Adams, Harry Taylor, Blake Hardwick, Phil Davis, Zane Cordy, Tom Clurey, Ed Vickers-Willis, Lewis Young, Alex Keath, Kieran Briggs (F), James Aish, Lachie Henderson,

MID: Patrick Dangerfield, Dustin Martin(F), Luke Parker, Hugh McCluggage , Seb Ross, Lachie Weller (D), Dylan Stephens, Thomson Dow, Daniel Howe (B), Paddy Dow (F) , Xavier O'Neill, Tom Sparrow, Nick Shipley

RUCK: Rowan Marshall, Ryan Abbott, Sam Naismith, Tom Campbell, Sam Hayes,

FWD: Jack Gunston, Jack Martin, Mason Wood, Jy Simpkin, Jamie Cripps, Bailey Dale, Myles Poholke, Jake Aarts, Lachie Hosie, Ned Cahill, Hugo Ralphsmith (M), Myles Poholke, Brent Daniels, Mitch Brown, Oscar Brownless, Hugh Dixon,

BEST XV;
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« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2014, 09:19:45 pm »

Players Domain

Player Positions


Def: Dane Rampe (Syd), Jasper Pittard (Port), Harry Taylor (Geel), Blake Hardwick (Haw), Phil Davis (GWS), Tom Clurey (Port), Hugh Goddard (StK), Ed Vickers-Willis (NM)

Mid: Patrick Dangerfield (Geel), Luke Parker (Syd), Jack Steven (StK), Seb Ross (StK), Bradley Hill (Fre), Lachlan Weller (GC), Ryan Griffen (GWS), Daniel Howe (Haw)

Ruck: Sam Naismith (Syd), Kurt Tippett (F) (Syd), Rowan Marshall (StK)

Fwd: Cale Hooker (Ess), Jack Martin (GC), Jarrad Waite (NM), Darcy Lang (Carl), Mason Wood (NM), Alex Fasolo (Coll), James Aish (M) (Coll), Mitch Brown (Ess), Hugh McLuggage (M) (Bris), Zaine Cordy (WB), Jy Simpkin (NM), Nathan Drummond (Rich), Myles Poholke (M) (Adel)

XV Senior Side

Best XV
Defenders: Jasper Pittard, Lachie Weller, Dane Rampe, Harry Taylor
Midfielders: Patrick Dangerfield, Luke Parker, Sebastian Ross, Jack Steven
Ruckmen: Sam Naismith
Forwards: Jack Martin, Darcy Lang, Hugh McCluggage, Mason Wood
Utilities: Brad Hill, Daniel Howe
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« Reply #2 on: October 07, 2014, 09:21:51 pm »

2014/2015 Drafting Season
National Draft Pick 9:
Hugh Goddard


National Draft Pick 21:
Darcy Moore


National Draft Pick 44:
Edward Vickers-Willis


National Draft Pick 46:
Zaine Cordy


National Draft Pick 48:
Clem Smith


National Draft Pick 55:
Joshua Deluca-Cardillo


Rookie Draft Pick 9:
Nick Kommer

Rookie Draft Pick 25:
Cian Hanley


Rookie Draft Pick 40:
Will Fordham
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« Reply #3 on: April 26, 2015, 07:59:18 pm »

2015 Best and Fairest Votes:

The Cruisers vote system is a basic 5 to 1 voting.

Round 1, Loss againsts Werewolves:

Going up against the favorites in round 1 is never an easy task. And the Werewolves showed their dominance early in the game and even finished strong. Highlights being youngster Dylan Shiel with an impressive 119 on debut with the new coach. First gamer for the Cruisers, Ryan Griffen struggled to find his feet, even being appointed Captain. But the Cruisers were not good enough and the Werewolves got on top comfortably.

5. Dylan Shiel (119)
4. Patrick Dangerfield (108)
3. Travis Boak (97)
2. Cale Hooker (91)
1. Kurt Tippett (88)

Round 2, Win against Hurricanes

The game that went the Cruisers way. Waite booting an amazing 7 goals set the tone for first win for the Cruisers. Dylan Shiel kept up his good form with a nice 136 points, and Stephen Coniglio showed what he could do with a full game. The Captain's choice was better this week with Patrick Dangerfield scoring 112 which helped the Cruisers get over the line easily.

5. Jarrad Waite (162)
4. Dylan Shiel (136)
3. Stephen Coniglio (127)
2. Cale Hooker (122)
1. Patrick Dangerfield (112)

Round 3, Loss against Hedgehogs

This game should of been in the Cruisers favour, with the large amount of injuries plaguing the Hedgehogs. Dangerfield and Shiel getting shut out of the game didn't help, along side new comer Bradley Hill a late out giving Jarrad Waite not much time to get ready for the game. But on a plus side, Devon Smith 113, and Stephen Coniglio 122 continued to show their skill even when being down. And first gamer Jackson Ramsay played well in the defense for us. But the Hedgehogs got over the line and beat the Cruisers.

5. Stephen Coniglio (122)
4. Devon Smith (113)
3. Cale Hooker (99)
2. Travis Boak (92)
1. Jackson Ramsay (83)

Round 4, Win against Breaker

A very close game, not even a goal in it. Mr Consistent Cale Hooker, the iron man in defense scoring 107, possible the difference. Dylan Shiel another best on performance with 141 having a great year at this time. Along side Devon Smith 120 and Travis Boak 124 who scored well again for the second week in a row. All in all a very close contest, but the Cruisers just got over the line in the end.

5. Dylan Shiel (141)
4. Travis Boak (124)
3. Devon Smith (120)
2. Cale Hooker (107)
1. Patrick Dangerfield (106)

Round 5, Loss against Hawks
The game that got away, midfield starred for the Cruisers this week, with Dangerfield, Shiel and Boak all dominating the game, but the lack of scoring by the forward line and the lack of defensive pressure from the backline let the game slip away, although Devon Smith continues to show his skills up forward. But the Hawks took over the game late, leading to a loss for the Cruisers making them 2-3 for the season.

5.Patrick Dangerfield (119)
4.Travis Boak (115)
3.Dylan Shiel (111)
2.Devon Smith (104)
1.Mike Pyke (100)

Round 6, Win against Bunnies
A fair game for the Cruisers out of form forwards, with Tippett, Smith and Mitchell playing strongly providing plenty of scoring chances. The midfield played well, despite Captain Dangerfield not getting too much of the ball only stringing together an average game by his standards. The back-line has been poor for a 2nd week in a row, mainly with the late out of MacMillan and the injuries of Ramsay and Mackie don't help. But all in all, the Cruisers got over the line putting them to 3 wins and 3 losses.

5. Kurt Tippett (122)
4. Travis Boak (111)
3. Devon Smith (106)
2. Ryan Griffen (100)
1. Stephen Coniglio (99)

Round 7, Loss against Badgers
The rivalry between these coaches made this a very hyped game, but it was the Badgers who controlled the entire game. The Cruisers weren't in front for a single second of the game. Solid games from Dangerfield, Coniglio and Shiel. But the under performance from Tippett set up the loss for this week after playing so well last week.

5. Patrick Dangerfield (119)
4. Stephen Coniglio (111)
3. Dylan Shiel (103)
2. Jarrad Waite (95)
1. Bradley Hill (87)

Round 8, Win against Owls
Coming into this game as the underdog against the possible top 4 side. The Cruisers came out strong with great midfield performances from Captain Shiel (122) and Vice Captain Dangerfield (121). Backline held well this week for a chance, lead by Cale Hooker (106). The sub Ryan Griffen (107) made a great impact replacing Mike Pyke (23), but the man of the match goes to forward Devon Smith (124), which lead the Cruisers for their 4th win for the year.

5. Devon Smith (124)
4. Dylan Shiel (121)
3. Patrick Dangerfield (120)
2. Ryan Griffen (107)
1. Cale Hooker (106)

Round 9, Win against Leeches
Cruisers came into this yet again as the underdogs and showed no mercy from the start. Captain Dylan Shiel (88) was held out well by the Leeches, but it was midfielders Patrick Dangerfield (168) who decimated the Leeches and young indigenous player Bradley Hill (119) who controlled the game. Along with Andrew Mackie (97) serving well in defense and Travis Colyer (93) performing well for the forwards. But it was a comfortable win for the underdogs who now go to 5-4.

5. Patrick Dangerfield (168)
4. Bradley Hill (119)
3. Travis Boak (118)
2. Andrew Mackie (97)
1. Travis Colyer (93)

Round 10, Loss against Magic
Not even the late change of Nick Suban was going to save the Cruisers this week. Everything that could of gone wrong did, when the Magic's team obliterated the hopeful cruisers. Patrick Dangerfield (119) was the atlas of the team, with the Captain trying his best to carry his team, with fellow midfielder, Stephen Coniglio (109). The backline tried to hold it's own with Andrew Mackie (107) and Jamie MacMillan (82). But it wasn't enough with only 2 midfielders playing to their best potential.

5. Patrick Dangerfield (119)
4. Stephen Coniglio (109)
3. Andrew Mackie (107)
2. Devon Smith (99)
1. Dylan Shiel (90)

Round 11, Loss against Hoods
It was a big match for the Cruisers this week, going into this as big underdogs. The Cruisers 2 best midfielders lead the pack in Patrick Dangerfield (106) and Dylan Shiel (106), but it wasn't enough, the Hoods midfielders just had too much power for the cruisers. Cale Hooker (99) was back to top form as David Hale (96) helped to close the gap. But sadly the Cruisers wouldn't perform to the same standard and lost by a small margin

4.5. Patrick Dangerfield (106)
4.5. Dylan Shiel (106)
3. Cale Hooker (99)
2. David Hale (96)
1. Devon Smith (82)


Round 12, Win against Dragons

The Cruisers came into this game being the favorites and they showed why. Cruisers midfield were way too strong for the Dragons with Griffen (111), Dangerfield (106) and Boak (106) carving it up setting up the big win. But the big surprise was rebounding defender MacMillan (130), who cleaned up everything in the back half and ultimately being the game winner for the Cruisers, with them getting up fairly easy in the end.

5. Jamie MacMillan (130)
4. Ryan Griffen (111)
2.5. Patrick Dangerfield (106)
2.5. Travis Boak (106)
.5. David Hale (96)
.5. Jarrad Waite (96)

Round 13, Win against Steins

Another game where the Cruisers were expected to win and still delivered to goods. Steins weren't without their tricks, but yet again the inform midfielders from the Cruisers showed their worth. Two great games in a row for rebounding defender MacMillan (104) and the slick midfield skills of Griffen (115), Boak (102), Shiel (100) and Captain Dangerfield (100) showed the Steins why the Cruisers deserve to have a crack at the top 8. Cruisers in a landslide.

5. Ryan Griffen (115)
4. Jamie MacMillan (104)
3. Travis Boak (102)
1.5. Dylan Shiel (100)
1.5 Patrick Dangerfield (100)

Round 14, Loss against Rams

A big showdown and oppotunity for the Cruisers to crack into the top 8 and stamp their chances for finals glory, sadly the consistency of the Rams was too much for the Cruisers, but it wasn't all bad. MacMillan (104) for a 3rd straight game killed it off the backline with the same midfielders each game showing their love and passion for the Cruisers. Griffen (115) with a best on ground performance for the Cruisers tried his best, but ultimately it wasn't enough to take down the inform rams

5. Ryan Griffen (115)
4. Patrick Dangerfield (112)
3. Jamie MacMillan (104)
2. Travis Boak (102)
1. Dylan Shiel (100)


Round 15, Win against Stiens

This was an planned to be an easy win for the Cruisers, and it was. But the most important thing was if they won this match by a large amount they would crack into the 8. But sadly the Cruisers were to miss out by just .67%, but no have 3 games to get ahead, with the inform Patrick Dangerfield (147). Tippett (113) and Murdoch (100) played well in the forward line, as Travis Boak (99) has kept his form steady to give the Cruisers a big chance to show off in the finals

5. Patrick Dangerfield (147)
4. Stephen Coniglio (123)
3. Kurt Tippett (113)
2. Jordan Murdoch (100)
1. Travis Boak (99)

Round 16, Win against Hedgehogs

The first encounted ended in a way that the Cruisers didn't expect. Getting decimated by a hefty sum. But this time it went the other way, Devon Smith (147) with a best on ground performance with Travis Boak (129), Patrick Dangerfield (106) and Stephen Coniglio (105) seem to be performing consistently through the midfield. The Cruisers took this one with ease, and still sit 9th on the ladder, but look to split into the 8.

5. Devon Smith (147)
4. Travis Boak (129)
3. Patrick Dangerfield (106)
2. Stephen Coniglio (105)
1. Andrew Mackie (95)

Round 17, Win against Magic
The first time these two met Magic snuck underneath the Cruisers are pinched the victory, this time the boys wouldn't allow it, with the Cruisers midfield destroying it yet again with Captain Dangerfield (133), Coniglio (98) and Boak (99) thriving even after the injury of Dylan Shiel. And Cale Hooker (123) and Sean Dempster (105) holding up the back line securing the easy victory and climbing into the 8 with 1 week left in the finals.

5. Patrick Dangerfield (133)
4. Cale Hooker (123)
3. Sean Dempster (105)
2. Travis Boak (99)
1. Stephen Coniglio (98)

Round 18, Win against Leeches

The game the Cruisers needed to win to secure themselves in the finals. Kurt Tippett (143) turned it up with a best on ground performance. With Dangerfield (81) playing one of his worst games of the year, it was up to Boak (111) and Coniglio (106) to turn it up and win it for the Cruisers. Yet again the defense out played our forwards with Dempster (101) and Andrew Mackie (90) with the Cruisers just pipping the win, most likely with the home ground advantage.

5. Kurt Tippett (143)
4. Travis Boak (111)
3.Stephen Coniglio (106)
2. Sean Dempster (101)
1. Andrew Mackie (90)

Overall Votes
Patrick Dangerfield - 54.5
Travis Boak - 37.5
Dylan Shiel - 32
Stephen Coniglio - 27
Devon Smith - 25
Ryan Griffen - 19
Cale Hooker - 17
Kurt Tippett - 14
Jamie MacMillan - 12
Jarrad Waite - 7.5
Andrew Mackie - 7
Bradley Hill - 5
Sean Dempster - 5
David Hale - 2.5
Jordan Murdoch- 2
Travis Colyer - 1
Mike Pyke - 1
Jackson Ramsay - 1
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« Reply #4 on: August 02, 2015, 08:25:00 pm »

Crosby Cruisers Best and Fairest Night

Six Awards are given out in the Crosby Cruisers Best and Fairest Night.

Firstly the 'Lil Soldier Trophy' which is awarded to first year or first game players, top nominations include three young and talented defenders. Darcy Moore who has showned big promise with a 5 goal haul in just his 2nd game for the Cruisers, Hugh Goddard a talented defender who has taken several marks and has a great disposal efficiency, third nominee Jackson Ramsey although not his first year, but played his first game for the Cruisers, showed his skill running off the backline great future talent.


Winner Of The 'Lil Soldier Trophy: ;
Hugh Goddard


Next award, is the 'Golden Fist Trophy' which is an award given to the best Defender for the year. Two top Nomination this year. Sean Dempster, who had a slow start to the year but has come home strong, setting the backline up and delivering several wins for the Cruisers. Secondly, Cale Hooker, has dominated in the defense at the start and at the end of the year, with a shadowy patch in the middle.

Winner Of The 'Golden Fist Trophy' ;
Cale Hooker

Third award for the night, the 'Golden Boot Trophy', awarded to the best forward for the Cruisers. Three nominations come to mind, firstly Devon Smith, killed it for most of the year with plenty of rough patches, missed plenty of easy goals but still played very well. Next is Kurt Tippett, was either a star of a dud, but when he stared he set up big wins for the Cruisers. Third is Jarrad Waite, who was in the exact same boat as Tippett, yo-yo type games.

Winner Of The 'Golden Boot Trophy' ;
Devon Smith


The fourth award, the 'Golden Heart Trophy' is awarded to the most improved player of the season, plenty of candidates for this one. But top 3 nominations were Dylan Shiel, a kid who got injured during the year after have a super star start. Second Jamie MacMillan, didn't start in the best 15 but after a few good games played out regularly until his hamstring injury. And third nominee is Stephen Coniglio, the most under rated Cruiser player, killed it on mutiple occasions for us.

 
Winner Of The 'Golden Heart Trophy' ;
Dylan Shiel


The final two award are the 'Big Bus Medal' and the 'Little Bus Medal' which is awarded to first and second placings in the best and fairest. At the start of the year it was all Dylan Shiel, but after the first 6 rounds Patrick Dangerfield and Travis Boak showed plenty of formed and started to catch up on Dylan Shiel. The Voting system was done with 5 votes awarded 5 to 1, with .5 scores if the decision was too hard, going from the top 5 to the winner;

5th Place, Devon Smith with 25 Votes

4th Place, Stephen Coniglio with 27 Votes

3rd Place, Dylan Shiel with 32 Votes

The runner up and the winner of the 'Lil Bus Medal' with 37.5 Votes, after having a great season is;
Travis Boak



That means the winner of the 'Big Bus Medal' with 54.5 Votes, after an amazing first season with the Cruisers is;
Patrick Dangerfield



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« Reply #5 on: August 02, 2015, 09:00:01 pm »

Well done to all award winners at the Cruisers
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« Reply #6 on: August 11, 2015, 06:16:48 pm »

Crosby Cruisers have been re-located due to terrible finances and have now officially become the Wrexham Knights.
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« Reply #7 on: August 12, 2015, 01:54:52 pm »

Not gonna move stadiums as well?

Seems odd to play home games in Blackburn.  :P
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« Reply #8 on: August 12, 2015, 08:25:29 pm »

Not gonna move stadiums as well?

Seems odd to play home games in Blackburn.  :P

Not as of yet. Will move before the end of the season mate.  8) 8)
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« Reply #9 on: February 02, 2016, 04:07:16 pm »

Wrexham Knights 2016 Coach's Prediction:

'Lil Squire Trophy Prediction;

1.Billy Hartung
2. Jade Gresham
3. Mitchell Grigg



The Ossie Trophy Prediction (Most improved);

1.Seb Ross
2. Billy Hartung
3.Jack Martin




The Golden Shield Prediction (Defenders);

1.Ryan Griffen
2. Andrew Mackie
3. Harry Taylor




The Golden Sword Prediction (Forwards);]

1.Kurt Tippett
2. Jarrad Waite
3. Jack Martin




The Golden Crown Prediction (Most BnF Votes);

1.Patrick Dangerfield
2. Scott Pendlebury
3. Travis Boak


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« Reply #10 on: October 25, 2016, 02:58:21 pm »

Winners At The Knights BnF;
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'Lil Squire Award, for best young player;[/color]
3rd; Billy Hartung
2nd; Jade Gresham
1st; Rhys Mathieson

The Ossie Trophy, For Most Improved Player;
3rd; Mason Wood
2nd; Kurt Tippett
1st; Sebastian Ross

The Golden Shield Award, For Best Defender;
3rd; Harry Taylor
2nd; Andrew Mackie
1st; Ryan Griffen


The Golden Sword Award, For Best Forward;

3rd; Mason Wood
2nd; Jarrad Waite
1st; Kurt Tippett

The Golden Crown Award, For Best Midfielder;
3rd; Scott Pendlebury
2nd; Sebastian Ross
1st; Patrick Dangerfield
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« Reply #11 on: October 25, 2016, 03:08:45 pm »

The Golden Crown Award, For Best Midfielder;
3rd; Scott Pendlebury
2nd; Sebastian Ross
1st; Patrick Dangerfield[/center]
I see some favoritism here i think ;)
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« Reply #12 on: October 25, 2016, 03:11:04 pm »

The Golden Crown Award, For Best Midfielder;
3rd; Scott Pendlebury
2nd; Sebastian Ross
1st; Patrick Dangerfield[/center]
I see some favoritism here i think ;)

Ross actually got 2nd by 3 votes haha. Pendles came home strong as flower.
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« Reply #13 on: October 25, 2016, 03:14:42 pm »

The Golden Crown Award, For Best Midfielder;
3rd; Scott Pendlebury
2nd; Sebastian Ross
1st; Patrick Dangerfield[/center]
I see some favoritism here i think ;)

Ross actually got 2nd by 3 votes haha. Pendles came home strong as flower.
Recount!!!

160 average vs 190 average, both 22 games

The disadvantage of being consistent :P
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« Reply #14 on: October 25, 2016, 03:36:45 pm »

The Golden Crown Award, For Best Midfielder;
3rd; Scott Pendlebury
2nd; Sebastian Ross
1st; Patrick Dangerfield[/center]
I see some favoritism here i think ;)

Ross actually got 2nd by 3 votes haha. Pendles came home strong as flower.
Recount!!!

160 average vs 190 average, both 22 games

The disadvantage of being consistent :P

Pendles got pretty unlucky. Scored good weeks, but then someone like Tippett or Griffen would poll a huge score.
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